Jonathan Clogstoun-Willmott Bsc, LicAc, BAc, DipAc(China), DipCHM, MBAcC, MABP, LCH, MCH, PCH, Cert.ECBS, RSAPH received his BSc in Electrical Engineering from Edinburgh University before qualifying as a Chartered Accountant.
He trained in London with Mary Austin (a prominent acupuncturist, homeopath and osteopath) in the 1970’s then at the College of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture Leamington Spa (LicAc), the British College of Acupuncture London (BAc), the College of Chinese Medicine Nanjing China (DipAc), the College of Homeopathy (LCH, MCH), the Dynamis School for Advanced Homoeopathic Studies (PCH), the Northern College of Acupuncture, York UK (DipCHM) and the European College of Bowen Studies (CertECBS).
He has also studied and practised various other therapies including Remedial Massage, Reflexology, and Shiatsu.
Formerly a member of the Society of Homeopaths (RSHom) (http://www.homeopathy-soh.org ), Traditional Acupuncture Society and the British Acupuncture Association, he is now a member of the British Acupuncture Council (MBAcC) http://www.acupuncture.org.uk). He was also a member of the Bowen Therapists' European Register (MBTER) (http://www.bowentherapists.com) and is now Chair of the Scottish Association of Professional Homeopaths (http://www.scottish-homeopath.org.uk )
He lectured for 23 years at the Scottish College of Homoeopathy (http://www.homoeopathy-scotland.co.uk/) and, formerly, at the Scottish College of Classical Homeopathy and the Scottish School of Homeopathy.
He has also given lectures and talks on Chinese Medicine, Homeopathy, Diet and Disease at the Edinburgh Science Festival and throughout Scotland.
Founder Member of SAPH
He is a founder member and currently Treasurer of the Scottish Association for Professional Homeopaths (MSAPH) which, like the Society of Homeopaths, has strict criteria and an onerous process for registration, requiring evidence of experience, continuing professional development, and a realistic ability to practise.
Pilot Studies with the Faculty of Medicine, Edinburgh University
From 2004 - 2007 he assisted Edinburgh University Faculty of Medicine in pilot modules for third and fourth year medical students who were interested in observing complementary medicine in action.
As a member of the British Council for Acupuncture he was Regional Co-ordinator for South-East Scotland and Edinburgh for 6 years until 2006 and again from 2014.
Until 2007 he represented Age Concern Scotland on Foodaware, the Consumers' Food Group, which was set up to coordinate the broad UK consumer movement's work on food safety, nutrition and standards. Its mission was to give UK consumers a strong voice on food policy by bringing together the organisations that represent them. It also consulted and supported the UK consumer representatives on food related committees, and furthered the public understanding of science.
Professional Indemnity Insurance
Jonathan is insured to practise through his membership of the British Acupuncture Council.
Jonathan has worked in Edinburgh since 1983 before which he had a large practice in London. He is married with two adult children.
Jonathan’s book 'Qi Stagnation' is available from Amazon.